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录像:一个艺术,一个历史,1965-2005
新媒体收藏,蓬皮杜艺术中心

2006年,9月20日至12月10日

录像:一个艺术,一个历史,1965-2005
蓬皮杜艺术中心的国际群展跟录像和多媒体装置关于这个领域的历史,强调1965年至2005年当代艺术历史的重点.
由Christine Van Assche,蓬皮杜艺术中心的媒体艺术策划人,策划的。
这个展览在美国迈阿米艺术中心从2006年9月20日至12月10 日展出。

录像:一个艺术,一个历史,1965-2005介绍录像的40年的发展。这个展览分开5个部分:“想象电视”,“身份追求”关注电视,这个媒体的问题和结构。“从录像带到装置”,“后电影”和“当代视角”关注一些问题像艺术家的位置,观众的角色,以及虚构和记录片的关系。这个展览展出37个作品,包含最早资源少的作品和新的制作。。。。


录像:一个艺术,一个历史,1965-2005
新媒体收藏,蓬皮杜艺术中心

2006年,9月20日至12月10日

迈阿米艺术中心
5960 SW 57 Avenue, Miami, FL 33143
305.455.3333
[url]http://www.miamiartcentral.org




Video: An Art, a History, 1965-2005
New Media Collection, Centre Pompidou

September 20-December 10, 2006

MIAMI ART CENTRAL
5960 SW 57 Avenue, Miami, FL 33143
305.455.3333
[url]http://www.miamiartcentral.org



Miami Art Central is pleased to present Video: An Art, a History, 1965-2005., an international group exhibition based on the video and multimedia installations of the Centre Pompidou which recounts the history of this very contemporary field, punctuating the main phases of contemporary art from 1965 to 2005. Curated by Christine Van Assche, Media Arts Curator at the Centre Pompidou, this exhibition will be on view at Miami Art Central from September 20 through December 10, 2006.

“The Moon is the oldest TV” said the pioneering Nan June Paik (Seoul, Korea, 1932) who, in 1963, first introduced a television work into a museum space. Two years later he reproduced the lunar cycle using seventeen televisions situated on pedestals in a darkened room. Each set showed a different phase of the moon, the shape of which was the result of transforming the signal being transmitted by means of a magnet located in the cathode ray tube. Moon is the Oldest TV is the earliest historical work in the exhibition Video: An Art, a History, 1965-2005, and laid the foundation for many video works created in the last decades.

Video: An Art, a History, 1965-2005 presents an overview of how video has developed in the last forty years. Video as a means of creative expression appeared in the early 1960s and has developed considerably since then. Originally used by artists to record their live performance works, video became an artistic art form in its own right in the 1990s, and now plays an important role in contemporary art practice. Developed in the 1970s as a more practical alternative to film, video, like television, has been available to mass audiences from the beginning, making it especially appealing to artists seeking a wider forum (Nam June Paik) for their work. The medium dominated in the 1980s, and the term “new media” was coined to describe video-as-art. Video was initially adopted by many artists seeking to document performances. A number of these artists sought to push the boundaries of the medium, utilizing strategies taken from television, and experimenting with closed-circuit recording monitors, feedback, slow-motion and fast-forward functions, etc. Others used it to critique the images and content of mass media (Dara Birnbaum), particularly as they related to phenomenological concerns of identity. New media evolved in the 1980s and ’90s toward experimentation with installation through discursive devices, the systems of cinematic narrative, the parameters of installation, the active role of the viewer, and installations that function as exhibitions (Douglas Gordon, Pierre Huyghe, and Isaac Julien). In the 2000s, many aesthetic directions are being pursued through technological research, interactivity, theatricality, etc. However, the issues that have captured the focus in this exhibition are the works made by artists responding to more global concerns and issues of form and content.

Tracing the history of video from 1965 to the present, this exhibition is structured in five sections: Imaginative Television and Quests for Identity explore issues related to the essence and structure of the television medium; meanwhile, From Video Tape to Installation, Post-Cinema and Contemporary Perspectives address questions such as artists’ status, the role of the spectator and the relationship between fiction and documentary. Covering some forty years of the history of this media, this exhibition brings together a selection of 37 works by some of the most important artists in this field ranging from the earliest pieces made with extremely limited resources, to impressive displays of audiovisual resources unleashed in more recent productions.

Artists in the Exhibition
Vito Acconci (USA), Isaac Julien (U.K.), Samuel Beckett (Ireland), Thierry Kuntzel (France), Dara Birnbaum (USA), Matthieu Laurette (France), Peter Campus (USA), Mark Leckey (U.K), Stan Douglas (Canada), Chris Marker (France), Valie Export (Austria), Bruce Nauman (USA), Jean-Luc Godard (France), Marcel Odenbach (Germany), Douglas Gordon (U.K./ USA), Tony Oursler (USA), Dan Graham (USA), Nam June Paik (Korea/USA), Johan Grimonprez (Belgium/USA), Walid Ra’ad / The AtlasGroup (Lebanon/USA), Clarisse Hahn (France), Gary Hill (USA), Zined Sedira (France/U.K.), Pierre Huyghe (France/USA), Bill Viola (USA)

About the Curator
Christine Van Assche is the Media Arts Curator at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, France. She has curated exhibitions and produced new works with such media artists as Gary Hill, Tony Oursler, Joan Loeb, Nam June Paik, Marcel Odenbach, Joan Loge and Thierry Kuntzell. She was, along with curator Catherine David and critic Raymond Bellour, co-curator of the exhibition "Passage de l’Image," which was presented during its international tour at the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1992. In 1993, Van Assche began to acquire works of video and computer art for the Centre Georges Pompidou, resulting in an addition of over 600 videotapes, 27 installations and 2 CD-ROMs to the permanent collection. The entire collection is available to the public through an open access policy in a video space located in the Paris museum.

About the Exhibition
Miami Art Central’s presentation of this exhibition will include video, sculpture and multimedia installations in a chronological conversation about the medium while highlighting the relationship between the pioneer video creations of the 1960s and 1970s with those of younger artists. In addition to the actual works, various documents from the archives of the Centre Georges Pompidou Collection (scripts, drawings, film stills and artists interviews) will also be included in this seminal exhibition.

On view: September 20 – December 10, 2006 at Miami Art Central.
Opening reception: Tuesday, September 19th, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.
Please RSVP via e-mail to [email]info@miamiartcentral.org or by phone 305.455.3336.

Miami Art Central’s presentation of this exhibition is sponsored by the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation.

Special Event for Opening Week of Video: An Art, a History, 1965-2005

• Tuesday, September 19, 11:00 am - PRESS PREVIEW
Gallery walk-through with exhibition curator Christine Van Assche


Exhibition Catalogue and Brochure
Video: An Art, a History, 1965-2005 is accompanied by a fully illustrated,
192-page catalogue edited by Christine Van Assche and includes texts by the later, François Michaud, curator at the Musee d’art Moderne de la ville de Paris, and Françoise Parfait, Professor of Art History at the University of Amiens. In addition the catalogue will include a number of historical texts and reproductions of each work presented.

Visitors to the show are provided with a variety of education materials, including a free, illustrated brochure designed to provide information concerning the exhibition
[沙发:1楼] 黄色会 2006-10-03 03:06:23
英文看的我好累,黑社会以后该请个翻译啊!
[板凳:2楼] louis493 2006-10-02 13:26:07
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